This screen is where you enter your licence key for the plugin. Your licence key can be found in your original purchase email, or in My Account.
General plugin settings and options can be found on this screen.
Select the page that contains the
[cn_feedback] shortcode. Any Verify or Unsubscribe links at the bottom of emails are redirected to this page.
Exclude Post Types
If you don’t want one or more particular post types to show in the front-end Content Notify form for users to subscribe to, you can add it here in order to exclude it.
If you don’t want one or more authors to show in the front-end Content Notify form for users to subscribe to, you can add it here in order to exclude it.
If you don’t want one or more taxonomies to show in the front-end Content Notify form for users to subscribe to, you can add it here in order to exclude it.
If you don’t want one or more terms from any taxonomy to show in the front-end Content Notify form for users to subscribe to, you can add it here in order to exclude it.
Include Empty Terms
By default, WordPress, and in turn, Content Notify, hides any terms from a taxonomy field that don’t have any posts associated with them (otherwise known as ’empty terms’). You can change this to show empty terms instead of hiding them, here.
Disable ‘Subscription Options’ Metabox
Here, you can add, from a pre-populated list of public and private post types, any that you’d like to disable the ‘Subscription Options’ metabox on.
Anything to do with styling the plugin can be found on this screen.
Style Compatibility Mode
Content Notify uses Bootstrap 5 styles by default however, if your site is using Bootstrap 4 and you’re seeing CSS conflicts, this option allows you to switch to using Bootstrap 4 styles for Content Notify with the view to improve compatibility.
Disable CSS Styles
If you wish to disable the default, built-in CSS stylesheet that comes with Content Notify (which includes a small subset of Bootstrap styles), tick the checkbox that says ‘Check this to disable all included CSS styling added by Content Notify’.
This is useful if your theme already uses Bootstrap styles (many do) and you don’t need to load them again in Content Notify.
Load CSS/JS on all Pages
CAPTCHA settings and options can be found on this screen.
This allows you to switch between No Service, Cloudflare Turnstile, and Google reCAPTCHA v3 when using a CAPTCHA field on your Content Notify forms.
Site and Secret Keys
The fields shown next will depend on the CAPTCHA service chosen however, all services require the input of a Site Key (public) and a Secret Key (private). These can be entered on this screen and are required for a CAPTCHA field to work.
Any names or email addresses added to this list will be prevented from creating a subscription via the Content Notify subscription form. Each line of this list will be used to check against the first name, last name (if provided), first name and last name (if the last name is provided), or an email address. One name or email address only should be added per line.
This page allows you to add and legal information pertaining to your business that should displayed in every email send by Content Notify. Filling this page out in full will help to improve legal compliancy in your emails, in relation to laws such as GDPR/COPPA/LGPD/CASL, etc.
Plain Text Emails
Additionally, if you’d like to send all emails from Content Notify in Plain Text as opposed to HTML, you can do that via the option on this page.
Admin Alert for New Subscribers
If you’d like the main site admin to be alerted when a subscriber verifies their subscription, tick the ‘Send an alert to the Site Admin when someone verifies their subscription.’ checkbox.
Email Address for Admin Alerts
By default, admin emails are sent to the main site administrator set in Settings > General > Administration Email Address however, you can change this to any other email address here if you wish. This is helpful to change if someone else oversees the marketing and content subscription aspects of your site, instead of the site admin.